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Justice ministers from across Canada have identified priority areas for major overhaul in a bid to end chronic court delays. After a day-long emergency meeting in Gatineau, Que., the ministers mapped out a game plan to speed up the criminal justice system.
The Toronto Maple Leafs have issued the ultimate diss to fans, some say, after the team unfollowed thousands of people on Twitter Friday.
North Korea has test fired a mid-range ballistic missile from the western part of its country, but the launch apparently failed, according to South Korea and the United States.
The medical community is welcoming the Ontario government's new pharmacare program that promises free prescription drugs to all children and young adults starting in January.
Bombardier faces a lengthy legal battle with Boeing after the aerospace giant filed a complaint with the U.S. government and the process could hurt sales of the new CSeries commercial jet, say trade experts and industry analysts.
A man described as one of the ringleaders in the 2012 theft of $18.7 million worth of maple syrup could spend up to 14 years behind bars.
Canada's hectic international trade agenda is about to get even busier, as it takes new steps toward formal free trade negotiations with Mercosur, the trading bloc that includes the key South American markets of Argentina, Brazil, Paraguay and Uruguay.
The inaugural Fyre Festival in the Bahamas, promoted by social media celebrities and supermodels, was postponed Friday after attendees reported dilapidated accommodations, and top-billed performers pulled out.
Defence Minister Harjit Sajjan has expressed regret for taking credit for leading a major land battle to root out the Taliban in Afghanistan more than a decade ago. In a recent speech in New Delhi, Sajjan spoke about his role in the pivotal 2006 Operation Medusa.
New research suggests newborn humpback whales "whisper" to their mothers, which could be to avoid detection by predators such as killer whales.
The number sexual assault cases deemed unfounded by military police has declined dramatically, according to a new report by the Department of National Defence.
Home Capital Group Inc. says money is continuing to flow out of the company, with roughly $290 million pulled out of high-interest savings accounts on Thursday.
Students at an Edmonton elementary school have been ordered to refrain from discussing 13 Reasons Why, a controversial Netflix series about the suicide of a teenage student, while they are at school.
It's the election nobody wanted, being contested by people nobody cares for, likely leading to a result that nobody will be surprised about. The real business of politics begins after June 8.
Aura looks for intruders based on the subtle disturbances in wireless spectrum their movements make, like ripples in a lake.
"They need to look at accessibility from all sides," says a Toronto man with cerebral palsy who accuses Passport Canada of failing to accommodate him, after an attendant refused to help him fill in his renewal form.
Gay and bisexual men fleeing Chechnya need world leaders like Trudeau to speak out, as well as asylum options in Canada, say human rights groups and critics from the federal opposition parties.
In the first 100 days, Trump's tweets have moved markets, advanced conspiracy theories, attacked his own party and ultimately helped define his fledgling presidency.